Description Size: 36 x 28 inches, 2004.These colours begged to be painted but the form evolved by by instinct alone.Halfway through, I stood back and was surprised to see an unborn child suspended within a protective form - a form which has been interpreted as the petals of an inverted tulip, a womb or a hand reaching downwards. The image even features references to the umbilical cord and is suggestive of an ultrascan. Thus, it is a very powerful example of how the subconscious can express itself independently of the artist's conscious will and be defined by its intended environment - a fact which has obvious relevance with commissions.In addition, it demonstrates the willingness of viewers' minds to find logical meaning.Overall, it is a very soothing, uplifting and peaceful image which works well large or small. Although the frame shown works well, the print will also look excellent if printed onto canvas like the original.
Artist and photographer Cary Charles depicts sensations and memories in response to observed scenes, people and objects. His work is often characterised by vibrant colours, geometry and powerfully contrasting states of illumination. Subjects and styles evolve, but emphasis on sensation remains constant. Often 'metaphysical' dimensions emerge, intriguing and uplifting, commanding a lasting impression..
Cary has participated in several exhibitions, having first exhibited and sold during preview night at age 17. He has fulfilled many commissions. His vibrant and subjective works are particularly well suited to commissions.
Please visit Cary's dedicated website - www.carycharles.com. It has much more information about each work and links.
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